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Lithuania: Communications

Communications Lithuania
Telephones - main lines in use:
1.142 million (2001)
Telephones - mobile cellular:
500,000 (2001)
Telephone system:
general assessment: inadequate, but is being modernized to provide an improved international capability and better residential access
domestic: a national, fiber-optic cable, interurban, trunk system is nearing completion; rural exchanges are being improved and expanded; mobile cellular systems are being installed; access to the Internet is available; still many unsatisfied telephone subscriber applications
international: landline connections to Latvia and Poland; major international connections to Denmark, Sweden, and Norway by submarine cable for further transmission by satellite
Radio broadcast stations:
AM 29, FM 142, shortwave 1 (2001)
Radios:
1.9 million (1997)
Television broadcast stations:
27
note: Lithuania has approximately 27 broadcasting stations, but may have as many as 100 transmitters, including repeater stations (2001)
Televisions:
1.7 million (1997)
Internet country code:
.lt
Internet Service Providers (ISPs):
32 (2001)
Internet users:
341,000 (2001)

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Source: The CIA World Fact Book 2003

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